Seven matches are on cards for the seventh round of the Kenyan Premier League this weekend.
— KPL (@TheOfficialKPL) October 25, 2019
Five will be staged at various venues on Saturday, October 26, while two will be played at the same venue on Sunday, October 27.
Gor Mahia and Bandari will be engaged in continental duties-explains their absence on the league fixtures.
— WAZITO FOOTBALL CLUB (@wazitofc) October 25, 2019
Ahead of the Week 7 roster, moneybags Wazito fired their head coach Fred Ambani and replaced him with American tactician Melis Medo, formerly with Nakumatt (Mount Kenya United) and Sofapaka. The club’s technical director Stanley Okumbi was also sacked as assistant coach Hamisi Mohammed escape the axe.
— Sofapaka FC (@FC_Sofapaka) October 24, 2019
On Sunday, Posta Rangers will be locking horns with Wazito at Narok County stadium as from 2 pm before paving way for Sofapaka vs AFC Leopards clash slated for 4:15 pm on the same pitch. Both matches will be beamed live on television.
📅 27-10-2019 (Saturday)
— AFC Leopards SC (@AFCLeopards) October 24, 2019
NOT ON TV
— KCB Football Club (@KCBFootball) October 25, 2019
On Saturday, Sony Sugar will get to the pitch first against Kisumu All Stars at Awendo Green Stadium as from 12:00 pm.
🚌 | Off to Bungoma.
— Kariobangi Sharks FC (@k_sharksfc) October 25, 2019
At Chemelil Sports Complex, Chemelil Sugar will play host to Kakamega Homeboyz at 3:00 pm. The same time, KCB will be battling against Zoo Kericho at Machakos County Stadium.
— Tusker FC (@TuskerFC_club) October 25, 2019
Ulinzi Stars and Tusker will be playing at Nakuru’s Afraha Stadium as Nzoia Sugar lock horns with Kariobangi Sharks at Sudi Stadium.
🚌 | Bungoma tunakuja!
🔜 | NEXT FIXTURE
🆚️ | @nzoiasugarfc2
🏆 | @TheOfficialKPL
— Kariobangi Sharks FC (@k_sharksfc) October 24, 2019
All these matches will not be on TV.
— Ulinzi Stars FC (@UlinziStarsFC) October 25, 2019
Ahead of the fixture, Gor Mahia stand tall on the table with 15 points from five matches as Chemelil Sugar trail with zero points. Tusker, AFC Leopards, KCB, Bandari and Kakamega Homeboyz are second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth in that order.